Political risk in your supply chain
David M. Katz
Whether political perils arise far afield or close to home, the consequences for your supply chain can be catastrophic. Experts in managing political risk believe that planning for contingencies along the entire supply chain can at least mitigate the losses associated with these supply breakdowns. Yet many companies-which have been focused on increasing the benefits of their supply chains rather than on controlling the risks–are unprepared to respond quickly to problems with overseas suppliers. Deputy editor David M. Katz examines common signs of vulnerability-and shows how prudent finance executives can head off trouble. www.cfo.com/SupplyChainRisk
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